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When it’s slippery, or if you have slopes on your lawn, our terrain kit helps your Automower® to perform. This easy guide shows you how you can easily switch to a terrain kit. If you have an Automower® 300-series go here for instructions:
Checklist for mounting a terrain kit:
The beginning of spring can be a busy time for homeowners and professionals alike. With winter behind you, getting back on top of everything will take some time. But with a few helpful tips, it can be made easier and help set you up for a good season ahead.
There’s nothing more frustrating than having your Automower® stop during the peak grass growing period, leaving your lawn to grow uncontrolled whilst you wait for your Automower® to get serviced.
Correctly storing your garden tools goes a long way to maximising their product life and minimising maintenance, helping you get more out of them over the years. Of course, the way you store your tools will depend on what they are and what types of storage spaces you have available.
Not quite sure where to focus your energy in the garden right now? Here are some of our favourite tasks to get on with this winter.
Garden in need of some TLC? Here are 10 tasks to do this autumn - along with the best tools to use to get them done like a pro.
Care and maintenance are among some of the most asked questions when it comes to robotic lawn mowers - which is exactly what we’ll be covering. Everything from how to clean your Automower®, how to change its blades and when to send it in for servicing.
If you're one of those who are guilty of throwing your tools in a shed, you might just benefit from these simple tips for storing your tools during winter.
At this time of year, most gardens are on the verge of entering winter dormancy. But just because things are starting to slow down and get ready to enjoy a well-deserved rest, doesn't mean that the same is true for you. Winter can be a brutal time for your grass, plants and soil; so a helping hand is needed if you want it to thrive come spring.
Dull mower blades not only makes for a less than attractive finish to your lawn, but can also make it easy for disease to take a hold resulting in bare patches, unsightly grass, and a whole host of other issues.
When it comes to getting the most out of your Automower®, keeping it clean and in good condition goes a long way to keeping it powering around the lawn like a pro without any issues. If you’re wondering how to clean your Automower® here are seven simple steps to getting the job done as safely and efficiently as possible.
Like any machine, every lawn mower needs regular maintenance. Without regular maintenance, the chances of problems developing increases significantly as time goes by.
Over time, leaves, moss, debris and even birds nests can make it difficult for rainwater runoff to drain away properly.
When it’s slippery, or you have slopes on your lawn, our terrain kit helps your Automower® to perform. This easy guide shows you how you can easily equip your mower with a terrain kit. If you have an Automower® 400-series go here for instructions:
When the blades become worn, or when the tip of the grass blades begin to whiten and look frayed when cutting, you should change the blades on your Automower® to maintain performance. Make sure you always use original blades and screws, and always replace the screw at the same time as the blade when carrying out maintenance, otherwise the screw can be worn out and cause the blade to come loose when operating.
Change the oil after every 25 hours of operation or each season. You may need to change the oil more often under dusty, dirty conditions. There are two ways of draining the oil, both shown in this video.
Before tipping the lawn mower to drain oil, empty the fuel tank by running the engine until the fuel tank is empty.
Changing from a trimmer line to a grass blade on your Husqvarna brushcutter is easy; all you have to do is follow these simple steps. If you are changing your trimmer head outdoors, ensure it’s in a place where it’s easy to see a small tool or nut, should you drop it.
Having the right tools for the job when gardening is of course essential for getting a good result. Changing from a trimmer line to a grass blade on your Husqvarna brushcutter is easy; just watch the video and follow these simple steps. A bench is always useful to work on, and it prevents you from dropping screws in the grass.
The soil in your garden is a living organism that needs air, water and nourishment. That’s why tilling – or soil cultivation – is imperative for a healthy garden. And that’s why we’ve put together a guide on the subject.
Spring is around the corner and it’s finally time to roll up the sleeves and put on the garden gloves. We’ve put together a list to help you lay the foundation for a great looking garden.
With over 330 years of innovation and passion, Husqvarna provides professionals with forest, park and garden products. We let high performance meet usability and safety, making you ready to get the job done efficiently. Husqvarna offers a wide and growing range of products and accessories, including everything from chainsaws and power cutters to robotic lawnmowers.
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